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  • Tips for Winning Custody of your Child
    Tips for Winning Custody of your Child

    In North Carolina, a court will decide the terms of a child custody agreement based on what reflects the best interests of the child. Generally, this can mean that the terms which see a child’s best ...

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  • Child Custody: Determining the Best Interests of the Child
    Child Custody: Determining the Best Interests of the Child

    Ideally, both parents will be able to craft a parenting plan on their own. Presumably, the parents would be much more acquainted with what is best for their child than a court could be, and then ...

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  • Getting the Help of Experts in Your Divorce
    Getting the Help of Experts in Your Divorce

    Divorce is such a complex process for some couples that the assistance of experts is essential. Of course, every divorcing individual will need a legal expert on their side to protect their interests ...

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  • Why Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer?
    Why Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer?

    You may be looking into do-it-yourself options when it comes to divorce , but is it worth the cost in the long run? In most cases, no. Not only can a cheap DIY divorce lead to ghastly errors, but ...

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  • Getting a Divorce? Here Are 5 Helpful Things to Know
    Getting a Divorce? Here Are 5 Helpful Things to Know

    Many couples get blindsided by divorce. After all, when people get married, they certainly are not planning for to be separated one day. So when someone does face divorce , they may not be as prepared ...

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  • What to Do About Child Custody If I Wasn't the Best of Parents Before?
    What to Do About Child Custody If I Wasn't the Best of Parents Before?

    Perhaps you were not a model parent before, but now as you face a divorce , you want to be a better parent for your child. There are ways to improve your chances of still being awarded visitation ...

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